Coca-Cola Russia: 9.07.20 SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE 2020
SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE 2020
Sustainable development – sources, progress and perspectives in Russia and global trends.
On July 9, from 10:00 AM until 03:30 PM, a series of business discussions initiated by Coca-Cola Russia will be held. The discussion concerns the sustainable development as a new competitive factor nowadays and its perspectives tomorrow.
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9:30 AM Gathering of the participants, active on-line chat
10:00 AM Intro, welcome remarks by Aleksandar Ruzevic, General Manager, Coca-Cola HBC Russia
· Global Coca-Cola Sustainability Strategy;
· Sustainable Development Strategy in Russia: Priorities, achievements and challenges. Presentation of the key 2019 report sections.
· Andrey Sharonov (moderator), President, Moscow business school “Skolkovo”.
· Aleksandar Ruzhevic, General Manager, Coca-Cola HBC Russia.
· Therese Noorlander, Sustainability Director for Europe, The Coca-Cola Company.
· Michael Dickstein, Sustainability Director, Coca-Cola HBC AG
10:25-10:45 Sustainability Strategy in Russia, Presentation of 2019 Report – Aleksandar Ruzhevic + Moderator
|10:45AM-11:45AM||Mindset group discussion on Trends and perspectives of sustainable development in new reality:
· The impact of COVID on sustainable development practices: whether the current changes are strategic or tactical?
· Transformation of social investments: what has changed during the pandemic and are the priorities really new?
· The strength in unity: how the crisis accelerated the development of public-private, cross-sectoral, and non-profit partnerships.
· New normal: what awaits the companies after COVID and what sustainable development trends we will witness in 2020-2021.
· Alternative to the UN SDGs: Whether the crisis has affected the list of Russia’s sustainable development goals.
· Andrey Sharonov (moderator), President, Moscow business school “Skolkovo”
· Igor Shekhterman, Chief Executive Officer, Member of X5 Retail Group Management Board, Member of Alfa Group Consortium Supervisory Board, Member of the Presidium of the Association of Retail Companies.
· Yan Dunning, President and General Director at Magnit, PJSC.
· Vladimir Mau, Rector of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
· Alexander Krivolapov, Tetra Pak General Director in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Central Asia, and the Caucasus.
· Pavel Lyakhovich, Board Member , Managing Director, SIBUR, LLC.
· Irina Zhukova, Chairperson of the National Council of Corporate Volunteering, Director for Corporate Programs and Sustainable Development, Philip Morris International in Russia.
|12:00PM–01:00PM||Expert discussion. Self-regulation as a trend: how self-regulatory commitments can make a difference on the consumer market (by example of the beverages drinks market).
· How self-regulation trend in the European Union food and beverages sector was developing and how initiatives of the beverage producers aimed to reduce calories and sugar influenced the European consumer market.
· How self-regulation trend came to Russia and what beverage manufacturers did to help the state achieve its goals of developing a more balanced diet for Russians and reducing sugar consumption.
· What impact such initiatives have on consumer preferences in terms of beverages.
· And what additional opportunities in terms of beverage production self-regulation provides.
· Maria Kelembet (moderator), Chairperson of the Self-Regulation Committee, Association of Manufactures of Non-alcoholic Drinks and Mineral Water (SPBN), Senior Government Relations Manager, Coca-Cola HBC Russia.
· Nicholas Hodac, General Director at UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe.
· Maxim Novikov, President, Association of Manufactures of Non-alcoholic Drinks and Mineral Water.
· Anna Popova, Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-Being (Rospotrebnadzor).
· Oxana Lut, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.
· Mikhail Bogomolov, President of the Russian Diabetes Association.
· Oleg Pavlov, Chairperson of Public Consumer Initiative, the Public Organization for Consumer Rights Protection.
· Natalya Alipkina, Marketing Director, Chernogolovka Group of Companies.
|01:00PM–02:00PM||Youth education and development: supporting youth in the labor market, developing its potential.
· What skills nowadays are still the most relevant and demanded by employers
· How to create conditions for the development of innovative and entrepreneurial youth activity
· What are the development scenarios for online education tools and what new opportunities online learning provides to young people
· How business can help the development of the youth potential and future leaders
· What will happen to the youth labor market: trends and forecasts.
· Entrepreneurship or a company career: what is the best future for young people.
· Elizaveta Troyanova (moderator), Director of the Career Center at Higher School of Management under Saint-Petersburg State University.
· Anatoly Zorin, Director of the Russian Center for Promoting Youth Entrepreneurship.
· Leonid Vasiliev, Director of Additional Vocational Education Programs at Higher School of Management under Saint-Petersburg State University.
· Roman Shkut, Head of the Moscow Employment Center (“My Job”).
· Irina Svyatitskaya, Head of Youth Employment Department at hh.ru.
· Irina Shcherbakova, Employer Branding Manager at Coca-Cola HBC Russia.
· Natalia Safronova, Associate Professor, Marketing Department, Industry Management Institute at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
· Evgenia Kozhevnikova, Head of the Ticket to the Future Project, World Skills Russia.
· Nikita Litvinov, Global Shapers Moscow Hub.
|02:00PM–03:00PM||Humanitarian aid: how to unite the efforts of the public authorities, NGOs, volunteer centers and businesses on the example of the coronavirus pandemic.
· What types of humanitarian aid were in demand during the pandemic?
· How to ensure prompt humanitarian aid?
· What should be volunteering infrastructure to provide humanitarian aid?
· How to involve employees in providing humanitarian aid?
· What will change after passing of the bill on amendments to the Tax Code in terms of charity? What barriers still remain?
· What innovations of the pandemic period can survive in the “time of peace”?
· Anastasia Grigoryeva (moderator), Head of the Community Care Project, Pyaterochka Federal Retail Network.
· Katerina Antonevich, Expert at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Liaison Office with the Russian Federation in Moscow.
· Nadezhda Galaktionova, Head of the Sustainable Business Development Department of the Magnit Family Store.
· Elena Ivanitskaya, Deputy Director of the Department of Strategic Development and Innovation of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
· Sergey Kobets, Head of International Department of the Russian Red Cross.
· Elena Kovaleva, Sustainability and Community Engagement Manager in Russia and Belarus, The Coca-Cola Company.
· Julia Nazarova, President of the RUS Food Bank.
· Dmitry Polikanov, Deputy Head of the All-Russia Popular Front Federal Executive Committee.
· Vasily Fokin, Sustainable Development Manager Danone in Russia and CIS.
|03:00PM–03:30PM||Practical panel – World Without Waste: real practice here and now.
· World Without Waster global strategy – achievements and current challenges
· EPR – best practices from other markets
· ‘Separate with Us’ – successful local recovery program by Coca-Cola and partners
· Kazan – first zero waste city in Russia. Results and importance for the local community.
· Elena Kovaleva (moderator), Sustainability and Community Engagement Manager in Russia and Belarus, The Coca-Cola Company (Moderator)
· Ben Jordan, Senior Director, Global Environmental Policy, The Coca-Cola Company.
· Marat Zakirov, Director of the Directorate of Kazan Parks and Public Gardens.
· Konstantin Rzaev, Managing Director, EcoTechnology Group of Companies.